Community Highlights

An introduction to a resource bank that we hope will help us move a little bit closer to realizing our dream of a just and sustainable future for our movements and the world.

By Eddie Junsay, Eva Malis, and Charlie Jiang

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In historic move, judge grants Youth Climate Intervenors legal status to bring climate arguments to pipeline permitting process


ST. PAUL, MN— On July 3, a Minnesota judge made the historic decision to grant 13 young people legal status as an official stakeholder in the permitting case for Enbridge’s controversial Line 3 tar sands pipeline.

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As we forge a path to climate justice, we can create an inclusive America for all of us.


932 At the Peoples Climate March, diverse communities from across the country came together to demand a just future.

Shocked, but not surprised.

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Statement from Lydia Avila, Power Shift Network Executive Director, on Donald Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Agreement on climate change:

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When frontline communities are under attack, what do we do? Stand up, fight back.


917 The Grassroots Global Justice Alliance’s People’s Caravan at Philadelphia City Hall at the 2016 Democratic National Convention

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A Young Person’s First-Hand Account of Trying to Defeat the Political Arm of the Fossil Fuel Industry in Colorado


I'm all too familiar with the fossil fuel industry polluting our democracy.

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Enbridge’s Line 3 tar sands pipeline would put their futures at risk, so these young people are petitioning for a seat at the decision-making table. Now, Enbridge is trying to silence them.


On Monday, May 15, eight of 13 “Youth Climate Intervenors” appeared in front of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission’s Administrative Law Judge to argue for a seat at the table in the case of Enbridge’s proposed Line 3 pipeline “replacement.” 

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